Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Morgul emerged from the darkness of the grim Norwegian metal scene back in 1990. 2000 full-length debut The Horror Grandeur possessed the spirits of J Maestro Discordia's early influences from such bands as Iron Maiden, Metallica, Judas Priest, Slayer, WASP, Bathory and Celtic Frost as well as reaching towards the soul of the current metal scene. These aspects allowed Morgul to step down into new musical ground. The Maestro's dark classical arrangements combined with his obsessions for cold industrial soundscapes and Scandinavian and Slavic folk-compositions, made The Horror Grandeur an adventure between the best of many underworlds.
Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Morgul emerged from the darkness of the grim Norwegian metal scene back in 1990. 2000 full-length debut The Horror Grandeur possessed the spirits of J Maestro Discordia's early influences from such bands as Iron Maiden, Metallica, Judas Priest, Slayer, WASP, Bathory and Celtic Frost as well as reaching towards the soul of the current metal scene. These aspects allowed Morgul to step down into new musical ground. The Maestro's dark classical arrangements combined with his obsessions for cold industrial soundscapes and Scandinavian and Slavic folk-compositions, made The Horror Grandeur an adventure between the best of many underworlds.
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Horror Grandeur [Colored Vinyl] (Ofgv) (Red) (Uk)
Artist: Morgul
Format: Vinyl
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Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Morgul emerged from the darkness of the grim Norwegian metal scene back in 1990. 2000 full-length debut The Horror Grandeur possessed the spirits of J Maestro Discordia's early influences from such bands as Iron Maiden, Metallica, Judas Priest, Slayer, WASP, Bathory and Celtic Frost as well as reaching towards the soul of the current metal scene. These aspects allowed Morgul to step down into new musical ground. The Maestro's dark classical arrangements combined with his obsessions for cold industrial soundscapes and Scandinavian and Slavic folk-compositions, made The Horror Grandeur an adventure between the best of many underworlds.